A Welsh Government scheme to support public transport has been described as 'little more than a sticking plaster' by the tory opposition.
The Vale of Glamorgan and Ceredigion councils are getting £100,000 each to test new ways to co-ordinate buses, community transport and local authority services. But the move comes against a background of service cuts in several areas, as Alexandra Lodge explains.
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